Sulfur amendments to soil decrease inorganic arsenic accumulation in rice grain under flooded and nonflooded conditions: Insights from temporal dynamics of porewater chemistry and solid-phase arsenic solubility Wisawapipat W, Chooaiem N , Aramrak S , Chittamart N , Nookabkaew S, Rangkadilok N , Satayavivad J , Christl I Sci Total Environ. 2021 Jul 20;779:146352.

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Sulfur amendments to soil decrease inorganic arsenic accumulation in rice grain under flooded and nonflooded conditions: Insights from temporal dynamics of porewater chemistry and solid-phase arsenic solubility
Wisawapipat W, Chooaiem N , Aramrak S , Chittamart N , Nookabkaew S, Rangkadilok N , Satayavivad J , Christl I
Sci Total Environ. 2021 Jul 20;779:146352.

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